James Franco, Zooey Deschanel, Seth Rogen, Taylor Swift
Seth Rogen returned to Saturday Night Live for his third hosting stint this weekend, and it was distinctly not a charm.
The episode started off promisingly, with Rogen's monologue featuring cameos from celebs — some surprising (Zooey Deschanel), some predictable (James Franco), and some who were there to support musical guest Ed Sheeran (Taylor Swift). But the rest of the night was a bit of a slog, save for a bizarre sketch featuring Franco as a monster who decides to get plastic surgery to appear human.
Gywneth Paltrow, Chris Martin
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have separated after 11 years of marriage, the couple announced on Paltrow's GOOP website.
In a blog post titled "Conscious Uncoupling," the notoriously private duo wrote a heartfelt statement to the public. "It is...
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has joined The Voice as a key advisor, NBC announced.
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Did American Idol's Top 13 rise to the occasion?
Monday was the official debut of the Top 13 finalists and apparently, the debut of voting at the top of the hour. The night's theme is "This Is Me," which we take to mean we can totally psychoanalyze the singers by their song choice. Will anyone dare to do "Billionaire"?
Sigur Ros is heading to Westeros. The Icelandic indie band has been cast inGame of Thrones' fourth season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Gwyneth Paltrow and her husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, haven't ruled out the possibility of having a third child — but Paltrow said she's hesitant because of a pregnancy a few years ago that resulted in a miscarriage.
"I had a really bad experience when I was pregnant with my third," Paltrow tells the UK's Daily Mail. "It didn't work out and I nearly died. So I am like, 'Are we good here or should we go back and try again?'"
The biggest stars in Hollywood are coming together Friday for Stand Up to Cancer's third prime-time fundraising special.
Tom Hanks, Justin Timberlake, Julia Roberts and more will appear on the Gwyneth Paltrow-produced telecast to raise money for the fight against cancer. Supporters can call in and donate money to the cause during the commercial-free event.
MTV's Video Music Awards was once known for stirring up drama (See: Kanye West interrupting Taylor Swift), but Thursday's installation was unfortunately tame, with highlights including Rebel Wilson in a bikini shirt, host Kevin Hart calling out people's mistakes (ahem, Kristen Stewart cheating on Robert Pattinson), the final Twilight sneak peek and VMAs princess Swift closing the show with...
Hollywood is ready to Stand Up to Cancer for the organization's third prime-time television fundraising special.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Joel Callen of Tenth Planet Productions will produce the broadcast as they try to rally support in the fight against cancer.
The star-studded event will include appearances by Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Jessica Biel, Samuel L. Jackson, Seth Rogen, Emma Stone, Simon Baker, Chelsea Handler, Joe Manganiello and others.
As with the Opening Ceremony two weeks ago, details of Sunday's Closing Ceremony of the London Olympics have been kept tightly under wraps, but one thing is certain — British talent will be front and center.
In addition to the Spice Girls, who reunited especially for the event, the celebration, titled "A Symphony of British Music," will also feature performances from One Direction and the also-reunited Wham!.